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A un conventional way to understanding people by Carl G. Jung

A un conventional way to understanding people by Carl G. Jung
The study describes all the people into 16 Core Personalities from 8 Psychological Traits.
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Myers Briggs Type Indicator - MBTI Myers Briggs Type Indicator - MBTI Presentation Transcript

  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator ! ! By Amar Bysani
  • History It all started with Carl G. Jung in 1920’s, when he introduced the Theory of Psychological Types. He founded Core distinctive types of Personalities. This was a huge step in being able to Discover & Understand more about Individuals. This theory was later adopted by Isabel Briggs Myers in the 1940’s along with her Mother Katherine Briggs. They further refined the findings of Jung and Introduced MBTI, which used 8 Psychological traits Leading to 16 Individual Personalities. The MBTI was created in order to understand people in a much easier un-conventional way.
  • Role of People in MBTI People JudgmentPerception IntrovertsExtroverts Mental Process
  • Extroversion & Introversion • Highly Socially active • Interactive • Speaks before Thinking • Gregarious • Outgoing • Quite • Observant • Concentrating • Thinks before Speaking • Reflective over emotions Key Characteristics Involved
  • Sensing & Intuiting • Practical Approach • Attention to Detail • Concrete Decision making • Specific in activities The key Factors involved • General Perceivers • Greater Possibilities of Efficient decision making • Theoretical Approach • Abstract Thought Process
  • Thinking & Feeling • Analytical Thinkers • Head rules over Heart • Establishment of certain Rules in their life • Justice will be demanded in every aspect • Subjective thinkers in a given situation • Heart before Head • Circumstances play a vital role in decisions • Merciful individuals Factors to be looked into
  • Judging & Perceiving • Structured way of Life • Time Oriented and Very concerned about Time spent • Extremely Decisive • Organised at any given time • Flexible Lifestyle • Open-Ended Conservationists • Exploring nature • Spontaneously able to handle a task An Over-View
  • The Crux Of MBTI On completion of visiting all the Psychological types it is Crucial to Understand that a Personality can have more than one Type at once (A person can be both Introvert and an Extrovert) This Applies to all in General, though it is an Extensive method of knowing an individuals Personality it still contains Drawbacks. One can never know what method is used by people to achieve an outcome. Most importantly no Two individuals will React the Same.
  • The 16 Core Personality Traits With the Help of MBTI
  • Thank You! Any Questions?